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Findings of fact In his judgment, Mr. Suez Fortune Investments Ltd and Piraeus Bank SA v Talbot Underwriting Ltd and others  EWHC 42 Comm the " Brillante Virtuoso". The last voyage of the Brillante Virtuoso. Other inquiries continued. Related articles:• The mortgagee interest underwriters, and the Bank, said that it was not. The relevant expenses would have been incurred whether the Vessel was insured or not and were not incurred for the benefit of the insurers. The fire re-ignited in the purifier room whilst Poseidon were there, and the only way this could have happened was by human intervention — there was clear evidence that a tap had been broken off from a diesel oil service tank and later reconstructed to conceal its prior removal.
- In the first stage of the trial, the claimants were successful and Flaux, J, as he then was held that the vessel was a constructive total loss under s
- Loss of income during the repair period; and• Finally, Mockett chartered a fishing trawler to get to the tanker, where Vergos insisted on accompanying him on his rounds
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- He declined to comment
- A tugboat arrived from Aden and pumped seawater onto the Brillante, taming the fire until the dead tanker drifted serenely in the morning light, low in the water, trailing a thick column of smoke
- He considered that the prudent uninsured owner would consider all the other factors which might well make the more expensive but closer yard the proper and appropriate place for repair, namely:• The ship's owners, Suez Fortune Investment Ltd